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Skin Deep Tattoo Magazine 292

Skin Deep has long been the UKs best selling tattoo magazine - and just because we're having fun for 13 issues a year (that's once every 4 weeks) doesn't mean we're not taking it very seriously indeed. Each issue we publish profiles, interviews and features with the leading tattooists and tattoo artists working in the world today together with exciting new talent. Alongside of this, we focus on the tattoo lifestyle and all it contains, coverage from the international convention scene, art features from those who embrace the tattoo ethic or find inspiration within it, reader profiles, news, reviews, competitions, letters and every issue also comes with a free supplement.

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13 Issues


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the wolf at your door

editor@skindeep.co.uk@skindeep_uk@mrsionsmithIN A WORLD THAT PRIDES ITSELF ON BEING ‘ALTERNATIVE’, HOW COME A HUGE PERCENTAGE OF THAT WORLD, IS ALL THE SAME?I picked up a book this week called ‘Ten Arguments For Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now’. Not the snappiest of book titles but good enough to have me standing in the book-store ploughing my way through it. Such a thing is never too far from my thumbs, so I picked it up and in about five hours, read the whole thing without stopping for much.There’s a lot of food for thought in it and you should be scared. You should be concerned about what the platforms get away with behind the curtain that you would never, ever, put up with in real life.Anyway, that’s the bigger picture and…

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hobo jack

The Summer Six Collection from Hobo Jack is aesthetically vibrant and sure to turn heads aplenty when you don this magnificent series of apparel over the summer months. The striking nature of the illustrations used in this collection, which includes tattoo regulars like bulldogs, tigers and panthers, really does help to make this range stand out from the competition and we can’t believe just how affordable Hobo Jack t-shirts are—from £5.95 up to £16.00. Something which makes it hard not to want to buy every one of the new tees in their Summer Six collection.UK based Hobo Jack have become experts in producing the sorts of T-shirts that men love over the last few years and they’ve really hit the nail on the head with this Summer Six Collection. Visually…

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the woman in the woods

Celine PreherI WAS REMINDED OF MY EARLIER THOUGHTS ON TATTOO JOURNALISM, AND HOW FREQUENTLY THE FUN CAN BE SUCKED OUT OF OUR CONSTANTLY-QUESTIONED INDUSTRYWhen you’re a writer submerged in your field of interest, it can be hard to not get bogged down in all the serious stuff. Here in tattoo town, there are always important topics to be discussing and magazines are vital forums in which we can kick off relevant contemporary debate for our industry. But, as well as making time for the significant stuff, we have to do the same for the little moments of good.I’ve just returned from a big family holiday to the island of Bali. It is a truly magical corner of the earth. Whilst the locals see the spirits of the gods in every…

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blackpool tatcon tickets up for grabs

Where does the time go! It’s almost August already which means Blackpool’s Tatcon is on the horizon. This issue, we have some supersexy swag to give away for the event.We have a first prize of a pair of weekend passes to the show plus accommodation (bed, breakfast and evening meal) across the 3 day event (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) for 2 people sharing a twin or double room. Backing this up, we also have a cool 10 pairs of weekend passes to give away—which means you can spend more cash on actually getting tattooed.To enter, slide your fingers over to skindeep.co.uk/ competitions, use the competition answer BLACKPOOL, fill in the other boxes and we’ll do the rest. Winners will be notified by July 28.Meanwhile, because we love the show so much,…

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dream warriors:

@elmstreettattoo @oliverpecker @sailorjerryHis annual Elm Street Music & Tattoo Festival just keeps getting bigger and this year’s edition featured 33 of the world’s most talented tattoo artists (think Tommy Montoya, Keith Underwood, Rose Hardy, Alex Strangler) and plenty of rad bands, like Ben Nichols & Friends and Riverboat Gamblers.Taking over Elm Street in Dallas, Texas’ Deep Ellum neighbourhood from May 19th to the 21st, the fest also included plenty of Ink Master alums—oh hey, Steven Tefft, Ryan Ashley Malarkey, DJ Tambe, Dave Kruseman and Anthony Michaels!—as well as a special surprise from Harley-Davidson.Teaming up with Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum, the iconic bike brand rolled out six custom 2018 Softail motorcycles covered in tattoo-inspired artwork from contest winners chosen by Megan Massacre, Sailor Jerry brand ambassador Ashley Marsh and, of course,…

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rebel inc.

davepaulo_tattooartist@davepaulotattooartistUNTIL A FEW YEARS AGO, I WOULD HAVE SAID THAT TATTOOS WHERE TABOO IN PORTUGALSurrealism is a funny ol’ word. Rather aptly, you might say, it defies definition: most dictionaries and people in the know, such as those fine people at Tate, make a connection with the Parisian movement of the 1920s led by André Breton, but surrealism, as a term, has since come to represent just about anything in life that looks or feels or acts a bit… well… strange. For many, the most important word in there is ‘realism’ with ‘surrealism’ being a twisting of what we consider to be ‘real’ in some way. And if we were to ask, I reckon that’s how a guy like Dave Paulo might see it.David Costa Paulo was born not in…